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  • AFMC to host virtual hiring event

    The Air Force Materiel Command will host an online, virtual hiring fair April 10, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. CST, to fill multiple non-competitive and direct-hire authority positions across the enterprise. The event will provide an opportunity for hiring officials and qualified candidates to connect directly via an interactive, on-line platform to fill immediate, critical vacancies as well as future positions at AFMC headquarters and center locations across the U.S.
  • Festival in the park

    The African-American Heritage Festival was held here Feb. 28 at Unity Park.
  • Enterprise hiring effort draws new talent, faster

    AFMC improved its civilian hiring timeliness by 12 percent in fiscal year 2018 and continues to speed up the employment process in FY19. Four major secretary-approved hiring initiatives are providing positive returns, particularly when coupled with continued process improvements in all talent acquisition areas.
  • Civilian Developmental Education offers opportunities to learn, grow

    The Air Force Civilian Developmental Education program is a portfolio of courses and training designed to address the developmental needs of the civilian workforce at all levels. Programs help civilians to achieve short or long term goals at a level appropriate to their needs and desired path of future growth. These include opportunities for civilians to attain associate through advanced college degrees in Air Force institutions and spots in military professional education programs. Applications for Academic Year 2020 open on March 1.
  • Running to help

    Runners take off at the Combined Federal Campaign 5k run Nov. 16 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla
  • Cultures gather at Hispanic festival, salsa class

    This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month activities began with a festival at the Air Force Enlisted Village Sept. 19.
  • Military Saves Week begins soon

    Military Saves Week kicks off here Feb. 27 – March 3
  • Education Center hosts open house

    The pursuit of higher education has proven to better the chances for a service member’s career advancement, or for a well-paying job upon transition to civilian life. An Education Center open house was held here Oct. 13 to present the five on-base schools: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Saint Leo University; University of Maryland University
  • 2nd quarter status of discipline

    The following disciplinary actions occurred here between April and June. A senior airman from the 96th Security Forces Squadron was found guilty at a special court-martial and was sentenced to 10 months confinement, reduction in rank to airman basic, a $1,000 forfeiture of pay for 10 months and a bad conduct discharge, for committing a lewd act on
  • AFMC successfully transitions to new civilian pay system

    Some 12,500 Air Force Materiel Command civilian employees have transitioned to the Acquisition Workforce Demonstration Project, or AcqDemo, pay system, effective June 12.Under AcqDemo, employees no longer carry their general schedule, or GS, designation and numbered grade. Instead, they have been placed in one of three broadbands comparable to
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